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Update

The victim DID in fact hit another car on Converse drive and then took off. The BMW was driven by Dr. Feras Tanta(sp?) and internist I believe.
They went from converse, south on Independence to shipyard - west on shipyard to 17th. North on 17th then west on Wellington where they supposedly hit speeds of 90mph.
Two things are weird here.
The Dr says he was trying to get the tag number. Well there are lights at Independence and Shipyard, another set at Shipyard and 17th, and another set at 17th and Wellington. Did the victim run ALL three sets? (Then there's the final set at Wellington and CB which we know he did run). I could never count on all 3 sets being green but I suppose it could happen.
Wellington Ave is one of the heavier traveled streets in the city and there's a couple of apartment complexes along it. The road surface is terrible - and they got to 90mph?

BTW the cops have charged the Doctor with misdemeanor reckless operation of a vehicle.........
If this guy (the victim) was a father, husband and great parishoner, perhaps he shoulda thought of that before he acted like a buffoon. He should assume personal responsibility for his failings and should have stopped after hitting the doc's BMW.
A good Christian, a good father and a responsible husband would have stopped to make sure the other guy was OK.
Judgmental? Yeah, I suppose, but the Bible clearly indicates that there were secular laws that should be followed (remember Joseph and Mary going to Bethlehem? They were going to be counted - a requirement from the Romans)

Vog

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